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Journal Of Applied Dental and Medical Sciences

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1 Editorial , Manish Goutam
Welcome and my warm greetings to you all and congratulation to our whole team especially of Journal of Applied Dental and Medical Sciences for the successful launch the inaugural first issue Apr-June 2015 vol. 1 issue 1.Journal will be published online 4 times a year and with fast manuscript reviewing system and Pre-Publishing Communication With Authors To Know Their Manuscript Status Time To Time.
2 Zygomatic Bone Implants: A meta-analysis, Tarun Kumar,Gagan Puri, Konidena Aravinda, Amandeep Chopra
Now a day, dental implants are being used successfully in the management of missing teeth. The technique requires adequate bone height specially in case of maxillary edentulous patients where the procedure is more complicated due to its proximity to the maxillary antrum. The research put forward the concept of zygomatic bone implants to manage such patients. The purpose of the present article is to describe the zygomatic implantology with special emphasis on case selection, radiological aspect and clinical outcomes based on the literature.
3 Rugoscopy as an adjunct to sex differentiation in Forensic Odontology, Shilpa Jain1 ,Arpit Jain 2
Palatal rugae are anatomical wrinkles or folds called plica palatine, the asymmetrical connective tissue located on the anterior third of the palate behind the incisive papilla. Palatal rugae are important tool for the identification of individual because of its unique pattern. This study aimed at comparing the rugae patterns among males and females as an adjunct to gender differentiation. Aim and Objectives:-The aim of this study was to compare the rugae pattern among males and females. Objectives were to evaluate and compare total number, length, shape, and unification of rugae among males and females. Material and method:- Eighty (40 males and 40 females) maxillary casts were poured with dental stone. The method of rugae identification was based on the classification of Thomas et al and kapali et al. This classification includes number, length, shape and unification of rugae. Result:- After analyzing all the data, we observed significant higher number of wavy and curved rugae patterns among females then in males. Conclusion:- We concluded that significant differences occur in the palatal rugae patterns among both the genders.